Receipt and warrant for Massachusetts state pension payment to Anthony Vassall Digital
Scope and Contents
- Vassall, Tony, 1713?-1811 (Person)
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Extent0.03 cubic feet (1 pamphlet binder)
Biographical note on Tony Vassall
He later bought a house and farm in Cambridge and worked as a farrier, providing equine hoof care.
Tony Vassall died in Cambridge on September 2, 1811.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
- Batchelder, S. (1917). Notes on Colonel Henry Vassall (1721-1769) his wife Penelope Royall, his house at Cambridge, and his slaves Tony & Darby .. Cambridge, Mass.
- Bell, J.L. (2012) “George Washington’s Headquarters and Home, Cambridge, Massachusetts: Longfellow House-Washington’s Headquarters National Historic Site Historic Resource Study.” National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior.
- Though Dwelling in a Land of Freedom (U.S. National Park Service). (0AD). Retrieved from https://www.nps.gov/articles/though-dwelling-in-a-land-of-freedom.htm
- Vassall, Tony, 1713?-1811. Receipt and warrant for Massachusetts state pension payment to Anthony Vassall, 1792.
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- September 25, 2019
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